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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Myiphone7, Mar 28, 2013.
Will I be able to jailbreak 6.0.1 on iPhone 5
No, that's an "official" unlock and can't be simply locked back. It should be unlocked for the life of the phone. I guess your carrier can re-lock it but highly doubt that would happen.
Plus haven't you been around long enough to know the answer to that question?
I have to make sure since I'm jailbreaking someone else's iPhone 5 for them
LoL then that's ok.... don't want to F up someone else's phone lol.
Jailbreak won't relock the phone, also I just replace my ip5 at the apple store and the unlock get transfer over to my replacement phone.
I had a jailbroken iPhone that was unlocked by fusion. Restored it back to original settings before I sold it to a T-mobile user and it was unlock still . Like the users above said, it should be unlock forever. At least I didn't have any issues.
Did you have to do anything?
I did mine through unlock fusion, but I thought it was specific to the phone. Will they really give me a new unlocked phone?
No I don't have to do anything, I just pop in my extra tmobile sim to test it.
If the phone you trying to replace is unlock, it will transfer to the replacement phone.